Cover | Map | Objective | Recall | Learning | Aids | Justification | Environment | Discussions

_Learning Process – Lesson Files
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At this point, the Learning Process Sets In Motion –
How to Successfully Communicate A Presentation

Partakers have recognized, demonstrated, or learned how to retrieve lesson material or lesson website by way of an internet connection and web browser. Moreover, demonstrated the skill to send an email message (Send for Feedback icon) plus with a PowerPoint® file attachment. Furthermore, confirmation confirming the email message and attachment has been successfully received plus feedback to start the PowerPoint® lesson material. At this point, the Learning Process sets in motion – “How to Successfully Communicate A Presentation”.

In addition, the Send for Feedback icon (hyperlink for an email pop-up for partakers' messages) is found throughout the lesson plan – this tool will be used to coach partakers as assignments are carried out. Additional reference material links are available at site too.

Most important the lesson files, How to Successfully Communicate A Presentation exhibits here. At this time, partakers must download lesson’s PowerPoint® files.Brief Review Projects are optional. However, Student Profile and Questionnaire responses are desired.

Presentation is broken down into 4-files: 4-PPS
Lesson links –

01–Lesson Objective plus Overview and Slide Master Format/Layout (6.4 mb)
02–Image Characteristics: Size, Resolution, and Pixels (5.1 mb)
03–Insert Picture and Format/Resample Picture (4.7 mb)
04–Presentation Wrap-Up and Extra Useful Tool Tips (2.5 mb)

Download free Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF)
Download free PowerPoint Show-Viewer (PC-PPS or MAC-PPS)

The following webpage displays a few helpful tips to help you along — Learning Aids.

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Identify Helpful Information Through (single slides or files) –

Slide Specs (pps)

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How to Successfully Communicate a Presentation

Cover | Map | Objective | Recall | Learning | Aids | Justification | Environment | Discussions

Christine Andrews-Angelo – Last Modified: January, 2008

SCAP lesson material may not be reproduced in whole or in part – by photocopying and by digitally archiving without written permission.
Make inquiries by contacting Christine Andrews-Angelo by way of: 585.978.2779 or christineaa@creativeschemes.net.